NEW YORK – New York Mayor Andrew Cuomo announced tuesday that they will add several more states to the travel advisory, which by rule forces incoming travelers from these states to self-quarantine for two weeks when they re-enter the state.
Ohio is one of the newest states New York has added to the list along with Minnesota, New Mexico, and Wisconsin. All states have seen a increase in cases over the last several weeks.
People caught violating the advisory will be charged with penalties from 2,000 to up to 10,000 dollars.
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